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a freight train over the Rockies in the capacity of assistant brakeman-his duties were chiefly confined to standing by with a coupling - pin, to discourage the enterprise of those gentlemen of the road who proposed to travel without tickets ; and once, in a Southern State, he had been privileged to be present at that ennobling spectacle to which the brightest nation on earth occasionally treats the representatives of an older civilisationthe lynching of a negro.
In a few days Hughie would sail for England, on board the 'mighty Apulia. It was not often that he travelled in such ostentatious luxury-the primitive man in him leaned towards something damp and precarious on board a sailing-ship qr a eollier ; but he happened to know that the Apulia intended going for the ocean record this trip ; and since the Third Engineer happened to be a friend of his, Hughie had decided that four-and-a-half days and nights down among the humming turbines and the spirits that controlled them would be cheap at the price of an expensively upholstered state-room many decks above, in which he would leave his baggage and occasionally sleep.
For all that, he had cast a regretful eye only that very morning on a battered little trampsteamer which was loading up with cargo alongside a wharf at Hoboken-due to sail for Europe, so a stevedore told him, in about two days' time.
To-morrow he was to be taken yachting in

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